Thursday, 29 August 2013

Take Me (Take a Chance 4) - Diane Alberts

The Book
Release Date: 26 August 2013

Married in the morning…

Professional heartbreaker Mike Worth thrived on the chase—and dancer Morgan Collins represented the ultimate prize. But there was no way he was going to throw away his single-man status…not even for an elusive redhead with sparkling eyes and mile-long legs. So how did he let one drunken Vegas night end with I do instead of hell no?

Morgan’s life revolved around her career and she had no intention of letting a man interfere—even if Mike made her question all her rules about love. At his urging, she reluctantly agreed to give their spur-of–moment marriage a chance. But once their trial-honeymoon ended, would she choose to follow the dance and leave her unforgettable husband behind?

My Opinion  3 STARS
Finally Mike's story.

Mike, the big brother of Brianna and Kiersten is out on the bachelor party for his best friend Garrett. Unfortunately they take the table belonging to a feisty red-head called Morgan. 

After flirting with each other once his buddies have gone, they end up having a rather heated quickie where upon she promptly asks his to leave, even before their hearts have stopped racing.

Still thinking of the woman from the night before, Mike goes to the opening of Brianna's newly refurbished hotel, only to find Morgan in the line up of the dancers. Again he makes a move on her and they end up getting very drunk together.

The next morning, both heads throbbing they wake up to the clinking of metal. In their drunkenness the night before, they have gotten married. However, both of them had claimed off marriage for life due to their own personal reasons. Not surprisingly they both take it a little badly but end up consummating the marriage when they fall into the heat of each other.

They spend the rest of the week getting to know each other, where upon they both come to startling revelations about themselves.

The epilogue is cute and ends far too fast and I would have loved a little more in the ending, but other wise I found this be be a very enjoyable book.

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